Tony Romo buys Louis Vuitton bags for offensive linemen

For all you do, these LV's are for you, linemen.

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Last week, it was DeMarco Murray who showed his thanks to the Cowboys’ blockers with a bundle of iMac computers.

While he’s questionable to play this weekend, Romo joined in on the act on Friday by purchasing Louis Vuitton travel bags for those in charge of protecting him.

Rookie right guard Zack Martin said the bags were a gift from Romo in advance of the Cowboys’ trip to London. The Cowboys leave for their International Series game against Jacksonville on Monday evening — just a day after they play the Cardinals.

Murray’s computers were an offensive line gift, given to the team’s five starting linemen, but Romo made a few more purchases for his gesture. In addition to the five starters —€“ Martin, Travis Frederick, Ronald Leary, Tyron Smith and Doug Free — Romo also purchased travel bags for backups Jermey Parnell and Mackenzy Bernadeau.

Parnell has filled in for Free, who has a fractured foot, the past two games, and Bernadeau may be called on to start this weekend while Leary recovers from a groin strain.

Romo also bought a travel bag for starting tight end Jason Witten.

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